Law firm Lindsays has appointed Aziz Yasin as its new banking and finance solicitor in its commercial property team in Edinburgh. Mr Yasin advises banks, borrowers and peer-to-peer lenders in relation to general property finance matters, real estate acquisitions and development finance. He is involv
An increase in the number of people buying and selling homes for £1m-plus has been experienced this year according to the residential property team at Lindsays. According to Lindsays, the team have already been involved in more than twice as many seven-figure transactions so far this year than
Investment deals totalling more than £3.5 million in two Scottish space technology enterprises show the significant support that employee-owned (EO) companies can unlock, according to lawyers from Lindsays. Capital for Colleagues (C4C), a specialist provider of advice and financing for firms o
Douglas Roberts, partner at law firm Lindsays, discusses the economic benefits of employee-ownership in Scotland. By 2030, the Scottish Government hopes the country will be home to 500 employee-owned companies. It’s an ambitious target which requires sustained focus, but I’m in no doubt
Edinburgh-based golf tech developer Shot Scope has secured £1.5 million in funding from Clydesdale Bank owner Virgin Money to help the company scale globally. Shot Scope provides wearable, global positioning, laser and shot tracking devices designed to aid decision making and improve golf
Linsdays lawyer David Rose has said investment interest in Dundee will intensify as a result of the Eden Project's "ambitious" plans for the city.
Employees are expected to become the owners of 30 more Scottish companies this year - double the number of deals completed in 2020, according to law firm Lindsays. The forecast has been made as Employee Ownership Day (EO Day) today highlights the growing contribution of staff-owned companies to the
John Bett, partner and head of dispute resolution and litigation at Lindsays, details why ignoring furlough mistakes could be costly for businesses. Mistakes happen in life and business. The important thing is that we act upon them - and try to make the error good - as soon as we realise.
Louise Norris and Rachel Holt have been promoted to partner and associate respectively at Lindsays. Ms Norris works in the commercial property department, where she was previously a director.
The post-lockdown house-move boom has seen Scottish law firm and estate agent Lindsays defy disruption to record a rise in the number of homes sold in the past 12 months. Sales by its residential property division rose by 4.26% in the last financial year, with homes valued at a total of £177.3
Experts in the residential property division of law firm Lindsays are buoyant about price prospects for 2021 in Scotland’s property market after revealing details of their busiest four months on record. The firm recorded almost £100 million worth of sales in just four months.
Lawyers at Lindsays are warning kind-hearted parents are that their festive generosity could prove costly for their children - leaving them with hefty tax bills. Presents of cash, a car or money for a holiday come with potential pitfalls that many people simply do not realise, according to the firm.
Lindsays has recorded its busiest ever month in the property market with its home sales during August up 80% on the same month last year.
Investors remain interested in the Scottish commercial property market despite the coronavirus crisis, a lawyer has said. Derek Nash, partner at Lindsays, said that demand was “robust” throughout the crisis and that the trend towards working from home does not mean the end of the office.
More employees will become owners of the companies they work for as firms seek to ensure greater resilience in the wake of the coronavirus crisis, according to Lindsays lawyer Douglas Roberts. Mr Roberts has advised on more than 10 Employee Ownership (EO) deals which have been completed in the